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Douglas Casa
Chief Executive Officer of the Korey Stringer Institute at the University of Connecticut, love trail running, being a dad, beaches, hiking, family time, reading
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Stavros A. Kavouras Jul 19
So true. If you can not take rejections do not become a scientist.
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Korey Stringer Inst. Jul 20
Stay cool this weekend! Take a look at this page and others on our website to see tips for staying safe this weekend☀️
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Robert Huggins Jul 19
Pround to comment with and Andy Grundstein in this great article on climate change and effects it has on athletes who exercise in the heat.
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Douglas Casa Jul 3
I love this. VERY VERY AWESOME.
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Trent Stellingwerff Jul 2
STUDY: 20 years of player injury and team performance data - the impact of injury explained up to 12% of the variation in final table position—this is particularly relevant to making/not making playoffs:
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Douglas Casa Jun 24
Alessio Casa from USA a few minutes ago in Navia, Spain preparing for the USA v Spain game. Hard core fan in enemy territory. ⁦
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Douglas Casa Jun 19
Outside Magazine released two very interesting articles yesterday. Check them out.
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Douglas Casa Jun 18
Excited to be partnering with the NFL, Nextflex, Sports Innovation Lab, & UCONN to host the first HEATT Innovation Tech Summit at UCONN’s Korey Stringer Institute. The purpose of this event is to bring leading heat & hydration companies & researchers together for collaboration.
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Douglas Casa Jun 13
NCAA athletes are lucky Shawn has their back.
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Douglas Casa May 25
Way to go UCONN Women’s Track!!!!
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Douglas Casa May 23
This is why I love sports so much. Check out this amazing play.
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Korey Stringer Inst. May 17
Our latest issue of Pertinacity is out!
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Douglas Casa May 17
This study was conducted by the Korey Stringer Institute. It is an important step forward to understanding safety issues for middle school athletes- a population that is rarely studied, yet they have so many participants.
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Douglas Casa May 6
Thanks Trent!!!! Your talk on nutritional periodization blew my mind- one of the best professional talks I have seen in a long time.
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Douglas Casa May 6
How about the 4 minute mile for women? It will happen in the not so distant future.
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Kim Stein May 6
NEW Sports Science Exchange Article from , just in time for the summer heat: Monitoring Internal Body Temperature by
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Douglas Casa May 6
This could not have been more inaccurate. Obviously a very poor understanding of sports physiology. Testosterone can profoundly impact athletic performance.
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Douglas Casa May 3
A big moment to help enhance health and safety for collegiate athletes- the NCAA releases new standards to prevent sudden death in sport.
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Douglas Casa Apr 8
Replying to @K_S_Institute
Please help us out- we are trying to find serious distance runners who live pretty close to UCONN. Thanks!!!!
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Korey Stringer Inst. Apr 7
ENDURANCE ATHLETES WANTED for a Heat Acclimation Study at UConn. Seeking participants willing to travel to Storrs up to two times weekly. Participants will be eligible for monetary compensation and sports performance data may be provided. Please contact courteney.mincy@uconn.edu!
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